AYLF-BSU Chapter comes again. A life changing situation for leaders. AYLF touches lives for leaders to live an examplery life.
At the heart of AYLF is the dream that African Leaders would know how to speak the truth without being sectarian or religiously divisive, see people without labels or stereo-types , loving each other and those they lead while serving with integrity.
To be a movement of friends and nurture a new breed of African leaders basing on the leadership qualities, values, principles of Jesus of Nazareth as exemplified by some of history’s greatest statesmen & women:
Such as Julius Nyerere, Gandhi, Mandela, ML King, Wilberforce, Nkrumah, Anwar Sadat, Mother Tereza and others of their kind.
Aims and Objectives:
- To foster reconciliation, friendship and unity among Young African Leaders across all the existing racial, religious and tribal divides.
- To promote and support a servant leadership model for African leaders.
- To further the principles and emulate the Leadership qualities of Jesus of Nazareth.
- To highlight and emulate successful African and world leaders who have championed unity and reconciliation.
- To engage in activities that will foster socio-political and economic development of Africa.
- To facilitate learning and sharing on common interests such as: leadership skills, public speaking, debate, mobilizing people and resources, influencing public policy.
- To provide opportunities where young leaders can be mentored by current leaders (in politics, business, religious, academics and other professionals) as well as by senior leaders who have left active public work.